What is people using for bare-metal/VM self-hosted Kubernetes these days?

My kubeadm cluster shat itself due to a certificate migration/upgrade bug and I’m not certain I want to bother with how annoying often unstable that was.

I’m not even going to go into details about how turbo-lazy I am, so I’d prefer something that pretty much just asks me about network details and provisions everything itself.

I prefer CentOS-based distributions or something that provisions everything, including base OS, itself. Such as CoreOS (though that looked a bit annoying to set up too).

I want a full multi-node Kubernetes cluster with real networking and storage, and I don’t want to link my cluster to a service.

I’m not touching anything ansible based. Ansible is literally Hitler.

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